Difference between 850 vs 10,000 hp

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    Tyreek Moore
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    Kayleigh Rohan
    It's different because the DPI actually aren't that accurate. Although it says 800 dpi, it might actually be 850 or so. This is the reason why many pros stick with 400 dpi although new mice are capable of doing 10000 dpi. With new, modern mice, this value shouldn't differ that much. I once tried 10000 dpi and 0.08 sens vs. 1000 dpi and 0.8 sens on my razer deathadder chroma and realized absolutely no difference. Maybe you could tell us how exactly you tested it out?
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    Conner McClure
    Rookie mistake. Some day you'll be as good at this game as I am. ^_^ Basically you look at your scalers. In this case 100x (hp) and 10x (damage). As you approach infinity your starting points are going to matter less and less (1500 hp and 10 damage or whatever). This should make sense. Afterall once you reach 1,000,000 hp and 100,000 damage what does an additional 1500 hp and 10 damage matter? However, no matter how -big- those numbers get, that 1500 hp and 10 damage will -always- be there making it so it can -never- be exactly 10. A wonderful thing happens though. If your starting points -are- divisible by 10 it's -already at- 10 and does not want to leave there! That is to say if you start at 1000 hp and 100 damage, if you add no stat ups it is divisible by 10. If you add 1 stat up (1100 hp and 110 damage) it's still divisible by 10. If you add 1,000,000 hp and 100,000 damage it is -still- divisible by 10. A 'reverse' effect could be created. For example, if your starting points were 300 damage and 500 hp. It would always take the HP person 2 rounds to kill the dmg person. However it would take the dmg person the following number of rounds to kill the HP person: 300 dmg vs 500 hp (2 rounds) 310 dmg vs 600 hp (2 rounds) 320 dmg vs 700 hp (3 rounds) 100,300 dmg vs 1,000,500 hp (~10 rounds) In this scenario hp becomes more valuable then damage. Anyways, the values can all be tweaked to make sp or hp more important. Some points: - Crit is weak. It can be a great 'aha!' moment where if you get a lucky streak you can overcome a better equipped/statted opponent, yes. However, most of the crits I've been hit with do about ~300ish damage because I don't let them get 'there' element or a counter element. I then get a counter element for 850 damage. - The biggest advantage of spellpower is that it raises sword damage which armor does not do. This means I can safely remain element neutral and keep pace damage wise and then take advantage of elemental strikes only when it is most advantageous (I can counter element without getting counter elemented).
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    Willa Breitenberg
    **Author**: _seweso_ **Content**: >It is hard to know exactly how many transactions used Fixed fees, and how many use Dynamic fees. But that doesn't mean you can't know anything. That's why I grabbed data from the last 6 months and looked at the most used fees. As most humans like nice round numbers (decimals not tonal, sorry Luke-jr) this gave me some confidence that I was looking at fixed fees. This is that list (count/bytes percentages are cumulative): <table><thead> <tr> <th>Fee (satoshi)</th> <th>Bytes</th> <th>Count</th> <th>Count %</th> <th>Byte %</th> </tr> </thead><tbody> <tr> <td>10000</td> <td>4,614,541,922</td> <td>15116192</td> <td>48%</td> <td>24%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>20000</td> <td>1,622,136,678</td> <td>3845014</td> <td>60%</td> <td>32%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>50000</td> <td>909,860,357</td> <td>2218109</td> <td>67%</td> <td>37%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>30000</td> <td>657,632,315</td> <td>1413846</td> <td>72%</td> <td>40%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>15000</td> <td>359,340,530</td> <td>396775</td> <td>73%</td> <td>42%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>100000</td> <td>328,091,288</td> <td>388210</td> <td>74%</td> <td>44%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>40000</td> <td>253,662,478</td> <td>219644</td> <td>75%</td> <td>45%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>60000</td> <td>171,986,951</td> <td>91801</td> <td>75%</td> <td>46%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>443010</td> <td>162,333,476</td> <td>137105</td> <td>76%</td> <td>47%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>0</td> <td>126,535,951</td> <td>135272</td> <td>76%</td> <td>48%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>11300</td> <td>121,526,255</td> <td>535576</td> <td>78%</td> <td>48%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>5000</td> <td>99,432,514</td> <td>334634</td> <td>79%</td> <td>49%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>12430</td> <td>82,464,505</td> <td>366703</td> <td>80%</td> <td>49%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>90000</td> <td>80,561,401</td> <td>91510</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>75000</td> <td>71,799,963</td> <td>72248</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>80000</td> <td>66,006,174</td> <td>72239</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>125000</td> <td>63,889,415</td> <td>66188</td> <td>81%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>70000</td> <td>55,197,116</td> <td>64576</td> <td>81%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>140000</td> <td>54,812,068</td> <td>63055</td> <td>82%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>6000</td> <td>54,443,852</td> <td>237429</td> <td>82%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>150000</td> <td>53,850,067</td> <td>54880</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>200000</td> <td>52,365,364</td> <td>53340</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>110000</td> <td>48,852,432</td> <td>50521</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>120000</td> <td>46,064,352</td> <td>60875</td> <td>83%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>160000</td> <td>45,075,424</td> <td>45580</td> <td>83%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>25000</td> <td>42,844,146</td> <td>101854</td> <td>84%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> </tbody></table> >I only grabbed the first 26 because that is how many letters there are in the alfabet. After these 26, fees seemed less like hand picked, % tapers off and already covers 53% of transactions in bytes (total bytesize is 19,339,519,441 for all transactions in this period). Not perfect, but it should give us some indication how dynamic vs static fees progress. And I left the weird fees 443010 & 12430 in because I like weird. >Let's see these plotted per day: Number of transactions in the given set: [http://i.imgur.com/mRDsasp.png](http://i.imgur.com/mRDsasp.png) Bytes from transactions in the given set: [http://i.imgur.com/FnjRahf.png](http://i.imgur.com/FnjRahf.png) Fee build-up A-Z in bytes: [http://i.imgur.com/J6hGoG8.png](http://i.imgur.com/J6hGoG8.png) >Does it mean anything? Well I'm pretty sure Fixed fees are still being used pretty often.
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    Damon Corkery
    **Author**: _seweso_ **Content**: >It is hard to know exactly how many transactions used Fixed fees, and how many use Dynamic fees. But that doesn't mean you can't know anything. That's why I grabbed data from the last 6 months and looked at the most used fees. As most humans like nice round numbers (decimals not tonal, sorry Luke-jr) this gave me some confidence that I was looking at fixed fees. This is that list (count/bytes percentages are cumulative): <table><thead> <tr> <th>Fee (satoshi)</th> <th>Bytes</th> <th>Count</th> <th>Count %</th> <th>Byte %</th> </tr> </thead><tbody> <tr> <td>10000</td> <td>4,614,541,922</td> <td>15116192</td> <td>48%</td> <td>24%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>20000</td> <td>1,622,136,678</td> <td>3845014</td> <td>60%</td> <td>32%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>50000</td> <td>909,860,357</td> <td>2218109</td> <td>67%</td> <td>37%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>30000</td> <td>657,632,315</td> <td>1413846</td> <td>72%</td> <td>40%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>15000</td> <td>359,340,530</td> <td>396775</td> <td>73%</td> <td>42%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>100000</td> <td>328,091,288</td> <td>388210</td> <td>74%</td> <td>44%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>40000</td> <td>253,662,478</td> <td>219644</td> <td>75%</td> <td>45%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>60000</td> <td>171,986,951</td> <td>91801</td> <td>75%</td> <td>46%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>443010</td> <td>162,333,476</td> <td>137105</td> <td>76%</td> <td>47%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>0</td> <td>126,535,951</td> <td>135272</td> <td>76%</td> <td>48%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>11300</td> <td>121,526,255</td> <td>535576</td> <td>78%</td> <td>48%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>5000</td> <td>99,432,514</td> <td>334634</td> <td>79%</td> <td>49%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>12430</td> <td>82,464,505</td> <td>366703</td> <td>80%</td> <td>49%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>90000</td> <td>80,561,401</td> <td>91510</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>75000</td> <td>71,799,963</td> <td>72248</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>80000</td> <td>66,006,174</td> <td>72239</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>125000</td> <td>63,889,415</td> <td>66188</td> <td>81%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>70000</td> <td>55,197,116</td> <td>64576</td> <td>81%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>140000</td> <td>54,812,068</td> <td>63055</td> <td>82%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>6000</td> <td>54,443,852</td> <td>237429</td> <td>82%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>150000</td> <td>53,850,067</td> <td>54880</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>200000</td> <td>52,365,364</td> <td>53340</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>110000</td> <td>48,852,432</td> <td>50521</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>120000</td> <td>46,064,352</td> <td>60875</td> <td>83%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>160000</td> <td>45,075,424</td> <td>45580</td> <td>83%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>25000</td> <td>42,844,146</td> <td>101854</td> <td>84%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> </tbody></table> >I only grabbed the first 26 because that is how many letters there are in the alfabet. After these 26, fees seemed less like hand picked, % tapers off and already covers 53% of transactions in bytes (total bytesize is 19,339,519,441 for all transactions in this period). Not perfect, but it should give us some indication how dynamic vs static fees progress. And I left the weird fees 443010 & 12430 in because I like weird. >Let's see these plotted per day: Number of transactions in the given set: [http://i.imgur.com/mRDsasp.png](http://i.imgur.com/mRDsasp.png) Bytes from transactions in the given set: [http://i.imgur.com/FnjRahf.png](http://i.imgur.com/FnjRahf.png) Fee build-up A-Z in bytes: [http://i.imgur.com/J6hGoG8.png](http://i.imgur.com/J6hGoG8.png) >Does it mean anything? Well I'm pretty sure Fixed fees are still being used pretty often.
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    Keon Schmidt
    **Author**: _seweso_ **Content**: >It is hard to know exactly how many transactions used Fixed fees, and how many use Dynamic fees. But that doesn't mean you can't know anything. That's why I grabbed data from the last 6 months and looked at the most used fees. As most humans like nice round numbers (decimals not tonal, sorry Luke-jr) this gave me some confidence that I was looking at fixed fees. This is that list (count/bytes are cumulative): <table><thead> <tr> <th>Fee (satoshi)</th> <th>Bytes</th> <th>Count %</th> <th>Byte %</th> </tr> </thead><tbody> <tr> <td>10000</td> <td>4,614,541,922</td> <td>48%</td> <td>24%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>20000</td> <td>1,622,136,678</td> <td>60%</td> <td>32%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>50000</td> <td>909,860,357</td> <td>67%</td> <td>37%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>30000</td> <td>657,632,315</td> <td>72%</td> <td>40%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>15000</td> <td>359,340,530</td> <td>73%</td> <td>42%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>100000</td> <td>328,091,288</td> <td>74%</td> <td>44%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>40000</td> <td>253,662,478</td> <td>75%</td> <td>45%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>60000</td> <td>171,986,951</td> <td>75%</td> <td>46%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>443010</td> <td>162,333,476</td> <td>76%</td> <td>47%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>0</td> <td>126,535,951</td> <td>76%</td> <td>48%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>11300</td> <td>121,526,255</td> <td>78%</td> <td>48%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>5000</td> <td>99,432,514</td> <td>79%</td> <td>49%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>12430</td> <td>82,464,505</td> <td>80%</td> <td>49%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>90000</td> <td>80,561,401</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>75000</td> <td>71,799,963</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>80000</td> <td>66,006,174</td> <td>81%</td> <td>50%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>125000</td> <td>63,889,415</td> <td>81%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>70000</td> <td>55,197,116</td> <td>81%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>140000</td> <td>54,812,068</td> <td>82%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>6000</td> <td>54,443,852</td> <td>82%</td> <td>51%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>150000</td> <td>53,850,067</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>200000</td> <td>52,365,364</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>110000</td> <td>48,852,432</td> <td>83%</td> <td>52%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>120000</td> <td>46,064,352</td> <td>83%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>160000</td> <td>45,075,424</td> <td>83%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>25000</td> <td>42,844,146</td> <td>84%</td> <td>53%</td> </tr> </tbody></table> >I only grabbed the first 26 because that is how many letters there are in the alfabet. After these 26, fees seemed less like hand picked, % tapers off and already covers 53% of transactions in bytes (total bytesize is 19,339,519,441 for all transactions in this period). Not perfect, but it should give us some indication how dynamic vs static fees progress. And I left the weird fees 443010 & 12430 in because I like weird. >Let's see these plotted per day: Number of transactions in the given set: [http://i.imgur.com/mRDsasp.png](http://i.imgur.com/mRDsasp.png) Bytes from transactions in the given set: [http://i.imgur.com/FnjRahf.png](http://i.imgur.com/FnjRahf.png) Fee build-up A-Z in bytes: [http://i.imgur.com/J6hGoG8.png](http://i.imgur.com/J6hGoG8.png) >Does it mean anything? Well I'm pretty sure Fixed fees are still being used pretty often. >This research came about via our mini Bitcoin [DAO](https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/4qx5zu/introducing_the_bitcoin_payment_system_p_r_d_fund/) . And I hope I inspired someone to go at this more scientifically.
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    Augustine Erdman
    X-Post referenced from /r/gifs by /u/solateor [850 vs 10,000 hp](https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/comments/4qtrir/850_vs_10000_hp/) ***** ^^I ^^am ^^a ^^bot. ^^I ^^delete ^^my ^^negative ^^comments. ^^[Contact](https://www.reddit.com/message/compose/?to=OriginalPostSearcher) ^^| ^^[Code](https://github.com/papernotes/Reddit-OriginalPostSearcher) ^^| ^^[FAQ](https://github.com/papernotes/Reddit-OriginalPostSearcher#faq)
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    Ima Mills
    Lol read the title as 850 vs 10000 hit points.
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    Edythe Breitenberg
    Original post: [Difference between 850 vs 10,000 hp](https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/4qtf7a/difference_between_850_vs_10000_hp/)
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    Lonie Rau
    >Difference between 850 vs 10,000 hp 10,000 - 850 = 9150
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    Brook Reynolds
    That 850 hp vs 10,000 hp video really had an impact on you I guess
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